This section provides news and information issued by us and organisations we work with, over the last three months.
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|24/3/2017||Have your say on the Caterham Masterplan
Tandridge District Council is asking residents and businesses for their views on the options to transform Caterham, approved for consultation by the Resources Committee last night.
|24/3/2017||Council to boost car parking spaces in Oxted to encourage visitors
Last night's Resources and Community Services Committees both agreed a new five year Parking Strategy, which will provide a framework for better parking provision, management and enforcement across the district.
|23/3/2017||Are you affected by domestic abuse?
Are you affected by domestic abuse, or do you know someone that is?
|20/3/2017||Act on your instincts to help tackle the terrorist threat
Called “Make Nothing Happen”, the new national police campaign focuses on the critical role the public can play in defeating terrorism.
|20/3/2017||Tandridge Magazine spring issue 2017
Full of news and information the latest Tandridge Magazine is currently being delivered to residents and businesses in the district.
|17/3/2017||Help for heroes
Ben’s Place is a peer support group for former and reserve service personnel of the British Armed Forces and their families. They are there to help connect reservists, veterans, and their families with local agencies to explore what support is available to them.
|17/3/2017||Safe Havens in Surrey
Safe Havens provide out of hours help and support to people and their carers who are experiencing a mental health crisis or emotional distress.
|17/3/2017||The National Minimum and National Living Wage are going up on 1 April
The National Living and the National Minimum wage are both going up on 1 April 2017. By law you must pay workers at least the appropriate National Living or National Minimum Wage depending on their age and whether they’re an apprentice. The rates are outlined below and are available on www.gov.uk/national-minimum-wage/employers-and-the-minimum-wage .
|17/3/2017||Find your volunteering match
Would you like to help other people in your community, inspire a young person, take on a new challenge or use your experience in a different way?
|17/3/2017||New play equipment at Mint Walk to open by Friday 24 March
The new £35,000 piece of equipment for Mint Walk play area in Warlingham is expected to be open for local children by Friday 24 March.
|17/3/2017||Have your say about open spaces and leisure facilities
Ethos Environmental Planning is carrying out an open space survey to find out residents and parish councils views about parks, play areas, outdoor sport and recreation facilities and other open spaces in the district.
|17/3/2017||Local Plan Strategy which aims to protect Green Belt agreed
Last night’s Planning Policy Committee agreed the strategy, which sets out the Council’s strategic approach to development for the district up to 2033.
|16/3/2017||Council unveils ambitious transformation masterplan for Caterham
Next week’s Resources Committee will consider a programme of public consultation on the emerging Caterham Masterplan, an ambitious transformational action plan for the town aimed at significantly improving the town’s appearance and its retail and leisure offer.
|15/3/2017||Council owned sites considered for new homes
Next week’s Resources Committee will consider plans to develop a number of the Council’s sites as part of the commitment to create more affordable housing for Tandridge residents.
|15/3/2017||Council set to agree multi million pound regeneration programme for Oxted
Next week’s Resources Committee on 23 March will consider proposals for Regeneration Oxted an ambitious plan to revitalise the town centre through a multi-million pound programme of strategically important projects.
|15/3/2017||Revised plan for development of Boulthurst Way following consultation
Next week’s Resources Committee will decide if the land at Boulthurst Way open space can be used to build much needed new affordable homes for people with a local connection. If so, there will be a public consultation, which will help shape the future design and layout of the area, before a planning application is drawn up and submitted.